Delve into the history and human stories which have shaped Holy Trinity from the 13th century to the present day.

Your chance to be recorded in our history!

The long-awaited new history of Holy Trinity  is scheduled for publication by The History Press in June 2020.

Forms are now available for congregation members and friends to buy a copy in advance at a reduced price (25% off RRP).  Purchasers may also have their name added to a page in the book for well-wishers or to add the name of a family member who has passed away, as part of a separate list “in memoriam”.

Please email heritage@htsc.org.uk if you would like a form emailed to you, or pick one up from church or the Trinity Centre.

Completed forms will need to be returned, with full payment, by the 29th February 2020.  We hope you appreciate that, in order to avoid mistakes, orders can only be accepted on the official order form with payment by cheque or cash, as stated there.

Painted ceilings

Our beautiful painted ceilings, created in the early twentieth century, are one of our key attractions. The ceilings of the nave, chancel, tower and Vesey Chapel each have a distinct style.

Tomb of Bishop Vesey

The tomb of Bishop Vesey, and the chapel in which it lies, honour the man who had a huge impact on Sutton Coldfield and Holy Trinity church.

Woodwork

Over the centuries, Holy Trinity has become a showcase for some exquisite woodwork, including unique pieces from Worcester Cathedral.

Stained glass windows

Holy Trinity has a wide variety of charming stained glass. Mostly nineteenth century and set into much older frames, many act as memorials to past inhabitants of the parish.

We open the church regularly for visitors – please see our Whats On calendar for dates and times

We are proud to be linked to the Birmingham Heritage Forum. They encourage visitors to explore their website to “help you plan your visits, and experience Birmingham’s rich heritage. Birmingham has a rich and varied heritage which reflects its transition from small country town to great industrial city.”

Birmingham Heritage Forum leaflet pdf download